Pittsburgh: 412-787-1800 | Peters Township: 724-260-5546

Thomas Alan Chidester

  • On December 18, 2018

Thomas Alan Chidester, age 54 of Mt. Lebanon, passed away on December 15, 2018. He was the son of the late Robert and Alice Chidester and Nick and the late Bobbie Sarro. Loving brother of David (Judy) Chidester and Michael (Kaitlin) Chidester. Loving uncle to Grant, Erik, Emma, and Nora. He will be missed by his longtime friend Frankie Hockaday.

Thom will be remembered as an outstanding hockey player through his high school career. He had an appreciation for art and enjoyed drawing in his spare time.

Arrangements will be private and have been entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation and Funeral Care 5405 Steubenville Pike Robinson Two, PA 15136.

Leave a Condolence

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Judy and Don Nabors
  • Dec 19 2018
We are very saddened to hear of the passing of our nephew Thommy. God bless him. Aunt Judy and Uncle Don
  • Dec 19 2018
My Condolences to Tommy"s family. Tommy was one of the most intelligent persons i knew in this life, Honest, Hard worker, Helped my family and myself on numerous projects, He loved writing, cycling, Hockey, Photography, Painting his Artwork, watching the great movies, listening to great music, He loved the Ocean, and nature, He especially loved animals of all kinds. He loved growing a garden here in Pomona, he loved driving his little red Honda to Santa Monica. He flew Stunt Kites better than no other. He was my bestfriend in this life. I will Miss him forevermore. I just pray that your soul is in a much better place, you loved life, and never gave up....You kept the good fight going, and never wanted something for nothing, you helped me buy a new car, you took care of our house, you always gave 100% of yourself. I could have not been blessed to have a better friend than you my Tommy, I loved you , May you rest in Peace now.
Lisa Evans
  • Dec 19 2018
I'm happy to have known Tommy. I met him, and got to know him when he visited my neighbors, Nick and the late Bobbie Sarro. You had to like Tommy. He had a great smile and sense of humor. He had a real zest for life, and sense of adventure. He showed me a video of his kite flying stunts and I was mesmerized. He shared some of his drawings and writings with me, and I realized there was so much more to him than net the eye. He had the soul of an artist. He was thoughtful, deep, reflective, and very intelligent. He loved the outdoors, and helped me with some landscaping one summer. He shared that he loved sunflowers and wanted to plant some, so we did. Huge, beautiful sunflowers. I'll always be reminded of him when I see sunflowers. Rest In Peace, Tommy. My thoughts and prayers are with all those who loved him.